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>>> coming up, david tereshchuk on the lilongctivm of rosa parks, who would have been 100 years old next week. >>> also, judy valente reports on the city long known for its religious conservatism that spent all last year fostering interfaith understanding. >>> and sufi whirling dervishes at washington's smithsonian institution. >>> welcome. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. a dramatic developme this week the catholic church's sex abuse crisis. prominent retired cardinal roger mahony was stripped of his public and administrative church duties in los angeles amid widespread criticism of how he covered up allegations of child sex abuse by priests. l.a.'s current archbishop jose gomez took the unprecedented step as the archdiocese began releasing internal documents which revealed the extent to which mahony worked to protect the church from the abuse scandal. gomez said the behavr described in the files was "sad and evil." mahony has issued several apologies for his actions. advocates for sex abuse victims called this a largely symbolic move. but church exper
th birthday of our dear sister rosa parks. as our country continues to celebrate the beginning and as our country continues to celebrate the beginning of the second term of our great president, president barack obama. now, it's easy to take for granted the progress that we've made as a country because we are forever looking to solve today's problems and as we continue to meet tomorrow's challenges as we shape our future. but what it is, it's definitely worthwhile to take a look back at the great works of our predecessor and the brave men and women who have paved the way for progress that we enjoy here in the 21st century. and if you look around, many of those men and women are right here with us in the rotunda today. we remember the people who braved police dogs and fire hoses turned against them by their own government officials in the south, people who believed that an idea -- believed in an idea that we're all created equal and that we're willing to risk and that we're willing to risk their life in the purchase soul of a lofty promise in america. today we celebrate black his
day as we get more clearing. temperatures have dropped in the north bay and there's fog santa rosa and napa. the east bay in the upper 40s, oakland. we will talk about the rest of the weekend, the super bowl forecast and also when the rain is coming back from the cool air. that's next. >> thank you, lisa. also next, if it weren't for the 49'ers, the sharks might be the talk of the town. last night they tried to improve to a perfect 8-0, facing off against nashville. rick kwan has the highlights co as lisa pointed out, not everyone will be inside watching the super bowl today. some people want to get out and about. >> it's true. we will have another nice afternoon. yesterday we saw more sun in the north bay. and today more sunshine around the bay except for the coast. i think the clouds are going to hang on there. across the bay right now it looks pretty good. the sun coming up after seven. we do have mostly cloudy skies around the bay. that's helping keep the numbers up in the 40s. there is fog to the north. three mile visibility, a mile and a quarter in napa and then the sun is so
if not for rosa parks. rosa parks made martin luther king possible. (applause) >> and i believe that those four students in greensboro also made the accomplishments that we he attribute to martin luther king as a symbol of the movement. martin luther king understood that many of the things that we attribute to him would not have been possible without the grassroots of the struggle. and that brings me back to the book that i've written about the last 50 years. when i was a teenager, a 19 year old, i went to the march on washington. and right before going, i met some of these young activists who are associated with the student nonviolent coordinating committee. i must say that that affected the way in which i viewed the march. like everyone else, i wanted to see what martin luther king's concluding speech would be. but i was also interested in the speech of john lewis who was the chair of the student nonviolent coordinating committee. just days before the march, i had met one of the snick activists at a conference. his name was stokely car michael. and from that time on, i understood that when we
and celebrate chinese new years on the second and the commissioners are invited to the celebration of rosa parks birtd day at rosa parks. chinese new years celebration is also that day at 1030 and wanted to congratulate the winners of the richmond district spelling bee that included elementary schools in the richmond district. thank you. >> i would like to wish everybody because
around the bay area tonight. plus some patchy, thick fog already setting up around santa rosa and outside livermore. that's one of the things we're watching tonight. tomorrow, looks like we could see a warmer finish to the weekend. we'll show you that in the forecast coming up. >>> our coverage of the 49ers' quest for six continues. we'll hear from some football legends who weigh in on what's most important the night before the super bowl. >>> as we count down to the big game, 49er fever is spreading. rancho elementary school in novato celebrated 49ers day this week. we want to see your spirit as well. upload your pictures to our website, or post them to our facebook wall. >>> the white house has released a photo of the president firing a gun two days before he's scheduled to discuss his new gun control proposals. in a recent interview president obama said he enjoyed skeet shooting with guests at camp david. after being asked for proof his press secretary released this photo, taken back in august. the president plans to visit minneapolis on monday to promote his plan to bat
and napa. and santa rosa. morning clouds for the afternoon. season weather, low 60s today. slightly warmer tomorrow and then tuesday is when the cooling trend will begin. lasting into thursday. we look to have cool, cool weather into the area by thursday. >> winter storm bringing us rain. and snow into the foothills. >> temperatures are mid-50s for your thursday. we will have a look at the lunchtime numbers coming up. >> after a record rain, people in sonoma county may have problems finding that. dry weather comes after the heavy rains in november and december. sonoma county received more than 8 inches in november and more than # inches in december. the rainfall amounts are well above normal. >>> officials say a proposed sole already power in pittsburgh could provide energy to 6,000 homes. energy generated at the plant will be sold to bgand e. and they say 33% of the energy must come from renewable energy by 2020. they will discuss the facility at the february 26th meeting. >>> well, making room in the winner circle. what the giants players are saying. >> the missing american women in turk
coast from watsonville into salinas. partly cloudy. poor visibility up toward santa rosa. three miles there. had has improved significantly but napa you still have the fog. more sunshine this afternoon. we will see cooler conditions, much cooler with some showers. it looks like thursday.they should be returning and we are looking at maybe a quarter to a half-inch at this point. low snow levels. here's the water vapor imagery. she's the high, cirrus clouds from saturday. this allows a ridge of high pressure, a little nose of it to push on in. with that, some more mixing and we will see some slightly sunner condition today with numbers back into the low to mid-60s. with the clouds we are in the mid-50s yesterday. here's the computer animation. half moon bay, ocean beach we should see more clouds there. cooler conditions still pretty much in the 50s. he is the high pressure ridge, well, it's with us, it has been, and it will stay with us through the middle of the week. but we are going to get into some cooling by tuesday. more cooling on wednesday. then we will look for a little rain hea
s for napa and fairfield. and santa rosa, 43. novato already cooling off in the upper 40s. and san jose at last check reported 51. for tonight, partly cloudy. tomorrow, morning cloud cover. but skies, partly sunny skies by the afternoon hours. the extended, we could be talking about some showers, and also cooler temperatures. first thing sunday, some upper 30s out toward santa rosa and napa. san francisco, 48 degrees. san jose, 46. mostly cloudy skies. pockets of dense fog. especially showing up near parts of the coast and some of the inland valleys. also a concern is this, building swell. we do not have a high surf advisory, but the swell will be building into your sunday, and the waves on the order of 10 to 15 feet. the strong rip currents and also some bigger waves. >>> the overall weather pattern, the area of low pressure is drifting to the south. tomorrow, super bowl sunday. fair skies in the afternoon hours. by monday, high pressure returns. it will set up a dry weather pattern. basically dry all this weekend. but morning cloud cover and some fog and at least near the shoreli
backs and how they enjoyed it. commissioner murase. >> i am checking my calendar and i know that rosa parks, my daughter's school is celebrating rosa parks day on that day monday, so if there are dropouts, people that can't make it i will be there anyway. i would love to participate. >> and you have a special reader coming based on that anniversary. i will tell you later. >> just one more thank you to commissioner maufas for her leadership. it was a collaboration that she put together and event that happened nationally but fell off the radar in san francisco. it was happening in pockets. because of the great support last year it's got a lot of people -- people want to come back. it's crazy how fast the year kind of comes, so i really appreciate that, and somebody earlier mentioned marcos book store which we encourage people to get their books from that book store and considering donating to the school. a bunch of people are going out to el dorado, so it is a large effort that involves a lot of corporations and community members so we appreciate you all being involved and your s
we are pretty much in the 50s. we're 53 in santa rosa, novato, 52. 55, oakland, san francisco, 51 in san jose, and 56 right now in antioch as those clouds continue to thicken up across the bay area. and it will be passing over us from time to time tonight. also, some patchy valley fog will redevelop, and it took time for it to burp off this morning so we'll go with hazy sun for our supersunday, and enjoy the next couple of days with mild temperatures because we're going to see some big changes. cooler weather next week and the return of showers. lows tonight, upper 30s to near 40 degrees. interior locations, watch out for the fog. the clouds moving in as well. otherwise we'll look for mid-up toker 40s around the bay as well as the coast. high pressure still in command. although it is starting to weaken with high clouds moving from southern california towards the bay area. so hazy sunshine tomorrow, and then tuesday and wednesday and thursday, the he well start to break down, and that is when we'll see the weather pattern change to more of a colder scenario. super bowl tomorrow out
to upper 60s. so 63 for santa rosa, fairfield, 62. 63 for oakland. 60 for san francisco. 63 for santa cruz and hazy sunday and here is a look at seven-day forecast. we do have sunday and monday and tuesday, wednesday and thursday and friday much cooler air in the 50s thursday and friday. that is when we could possibly see the showers return. >> ama: rick is here doing sports and some n.f.l. players. >> we didn't get to go to new orleans, i thought i would bring new orleans to you. mardi gras feed, good for you. >> we love you. >> all right. on to sports. they have named ed debartolo but the red and gold were represented. larry alan spent most of his career with cowboys but the final two seasons with san francisco. raiders were represented by warren sapp and best years were with tampa bay. he did play four seasons. 96 sacks are the second most for a defensive tackle. >> my feet never touched the ground for 30 minutes. this is unbelievable. we played ultimate team sported and this is ultimate examination of an individual. >> he broke down and started crying. >> larry allen started crying? >>
with clouds to the north bay, the bayside, and we will see low visibility. santa rosa, with one quarter 1 mi. visibility. it could be difficult to see some of the morning. still, clouds but by 10:00 a.m., those would be retreating as we go for the afternoon a. it will be nice for super bowl parties. during the halftime, it will be a nice today. temperatures in the 30's in the north bay. . and readings for the afternoon with low 60s really nice in san jose. santa clara, milpitas, redwood city. the warmest place is in line to fairfield, pittsburgh. low mid '60s. and castro valley, 59 degrees. 59 degrees of for 50s and 60s. oakland writer around 60 degrees. your kron 4 7 day around the bay very similar conditions for monday, tuesday. morning clouds as we go for the day on wednesday mostly sunny. with less cloudiness. there will be a weak weather system on thursday. chances of storms but not a big storm. just light storm chances with traces at best. that could change. (singing) these are students of mercer high-school. they changed the lyrics to a popular justin beber song... where would like to
for you. what did jimi hendrix, the boy scouts, rosa parks and high fashion have in common? find out as we continue from the cnn newsroom to your living room. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. >>> six people, one mission, to get in shape and take part in the malibu triathlon in september. dr. sonjay gupta joined the it in nation challenge team for their first workout in atlanta. take a look. >> one, two, three -- >> six-pack! >> nice and easy, nice and easy. last time around. we'll jog up as a group, and we're going inside, woo! >> how is it going? >> how you doing? >> as soon as you said those words to me, that you're on a team, i thought oh, my, i'm doing a triathlon. >> my goal for today is not to kill you. ♪ >> huddle up, huddle up, i think we're ready to get started now. i want 30 push-ups. you have three more in you. as try a
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it in celebration of black history month. >>> also tomorrow a stamp featuring rosa parks goes on sale tomorrow. it celebrates freedom, courage and equality during this black history month. parks helped to advance the civil rights movement when she refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man in alabama. >>> do you love tomatoes? if you do, we have good news for you. just hearing the u.s. and mexico tomato growers reached a tentative deal to keep the prices from doubling. under the agreement, mexico can raise the minimum price of tomatoes sold in the u.s., and that should help american growers stay competitive. prices could have spiked without that agreement. now, bad news. gas prices. they are higher this morning. this happened overnight, making them the highest prices ever for this time of year. aaa reports the national average is $3.51, and refinery issues are driving up the cost. in d.c. the average jumped 5 cents overnight, and maryland is dealing with a 2 cent jump, and the average is around $3.40, and in west virginia it stayed steady at $3.63. >>> some of the manikins appear to a
.org. now all aboard! "dinosaur train" is next. [train whistle blows] miss rosa, voice-over: it's the pbs kids field trip. can you guess where we're going today? here's a clue. so did you guess where we are today? that's right-- at the fire station. and look--here's captain lou. hi, kids. come on in. i've got something i want you to see. ooh, let's go. who's that? captain lou: that's tara. she may look a little strange, but that's what all firefighters wear when they go put out a fire. what's that over her face? [muffled voice] it's a mask. it stops me from breathing in smoke. why do you sound so funny? well, my mask has a speaker on it which makes my voice louder. so when she needs help, all the other firefighters will hear her. then help's on the way. speaking of help i could really use some help taking my gear off. firefighters are good at helping people. you never know what you are going to learn when you explore new places and new things. >> hello, folks. it's me the conductor. today we're going to learn how some of the stars in the sky make groups called constella
. >> tomorrow, of course, rosa parks' birthday. she would have turned 100. i think we've all probably seen this. we want to show our viewers again. the iconic photo of president obama sitting in her seat. how do you think that the next generation is going to remember civil rights icons like rosa parks going forward? >> i think part of the onus is upon us to tell history with facts that are reflective of these great legacies, of these heroes. i know there's an article recently put out that talks about the truth of -- about rosa parks and the fact that there was this story painted out her that puts her in the light of someone very meek and mild. and questions rising about why that existed when she may have been a lot more feisty. i think the fact of the matter is people, especially during that time, expect women to be more meek and mild. more kindergarten teacher style than revolutionary. >> always good to see you. thank you. >> likewise. >>> many wonder what strides president obama will continue to make for both undocumented immigrants and same-sex marriage. i want to bring in the brain trust pa
. >>> the u.s. postal service is honoring iconic civil rights activist rosa parks on what would have been her 100th birthday. tomorrow it's releasing a forever stamp that will emphasize her quiet strength. parks made it into the history books following her arrest after refusing to give up her seat on an alabama bus to a white man. she died in 2005. >>> it's time to take a look at the week ahead. we have another busy one coming up for you. on monday we'll be talking a lot about the boy scouts. this the first day we could possibly hear about a decision from the scouts. there are reports the governing board will vote on whether or not to remove a ban on gay members. a lot of heated reaction to this. on wednesday we'll be talking about lance armstrong. this is the deadline for him to testify to the u.s. anti-doping agency. remember, he just admitted to oprah that he's used banned substances. armstrong's attorney said, no way, he's not going to testify before the deadline. on thursday oh, yes, all the fashionistas will be out. new york begins fashion week. it will run until valentine's day. after
't stand for this and long before rosa parks, she decided to conduct write-ins to protest. and in addition to the printing of her life story called the book of life, sojourner describes one of the incidence. neither conductor or driver noticed her and soon another followed and she raised her hand again but they also turned away she then gave three tremendous yelps. i want to ride. i want to ride. consternation seized. people, go-karts of every description stood still. the car was locked up in traffic and before it moved on, sojourner jumped aboard. then there rose a shot from the crowd. she has beaten them. the angry conductor told her he would put her out. quietly seating herself she informed them she was a passenger. beauford where the horses are or i will throw you out, said he in a menacing voice. she was mayor neither from maryland or virginia for the threat. but from the empire state of new york and nouvelle law as well as he did. several soldiers were in the cars and another passenger scheme in the related of the circumstances that said you have heard that old woman talk to the cond
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pioneer rosa parks. on tuesday, a picasso painting of his lover is expected to fetch at least $40 million at an auction in britain. wednesday is the day hasbro announces which monopoly game token has been voted off the board by fans in a worldwide on-line poll. thursday sees the great central u.s. shakeout, a public earthquake preparedness drill in nine states stretching from illinois south to mississippi. on friday, the rio carnival kicks off in brazil with the crowning of the carnival king. and on saturday, sleen deonbecomes the first international star to perform on china's new year tv gala she'll be seen by an estimated one billion people. as for today, the big event is the super bowl, of course. our colleagues at cbs sports can barely wait for kick-off. >> well, it is super sunday morning here in new orleans. and the excitement is already building for the ravens and the 49'ers in super 47. hello, everyone. i'm james brown in champions plaza just outside the super dome joined by my colleagues as always. shan none, we know you have critiqued this game from every aspect. >> i hope the g
in the capital, but delegate norton pushed to move the statue to the capitol. >>> and rosa parks stamp goes on sale. the stamp honoring parks celebrates freedom and courage and equality. she helped to advance the civil rights movement when she refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man. >> on tuesday, vincent gray will give his state of the district address. the mayor will report on the financial status of the district and outline his plans for the year. the address will happen tuesday night at 6:00 in northwest. >>> and dr. arlene accraman died yesterday morning in new mexico as a battle with pancreatic cancer. she left to lead school districts in san francisco and philadelphia. she was 66 years old. >>> the "today" show is next on nbc 4, and it starts at 8:00. >> erica hill is joining us live from new york. >> nice to see you both. just ahead on "today," a former navy s.e.a.l. shot and killed at a shooting range in texas on saturday. we are going to have the latest details on that for you. >>> we are live on the scene of that on going hostage drama in alabama. it's now day six
for the call. some other headlines. rosa parks is commemorated on what would have been her 100th birthday. from "the miami herald." a journey from a quiet for the kid to a ferocious football icon. we are talking football and the role of the federal government. one of our viewers saying, only the republicans could make a ball regulations a federal issue. thomas is joining us from illinois. good morning. caller: i have had a really deep concern about the far left and the far right. actually, the far left is as dangerous as the far right. ultimately, the two are in collusion, one and the other. i have been concerned with the far left and the far right and the corporations doing the best they can to dismantle the effectiveness of the federal government by eliminating regulations and the fda, the epa, the nfl, and everything else. they want to develop and anarchy regarding regulation. this business about the states and the local governments should have the exclusive power. they are trying to divide and conquer the people of the united states of america. for instance, a homosexual marriage. they're s
live wbal. >> you will be booking for room. joining us now. rosa gibbons. we have the great sports history of this terrific town. you have curator. you must be jumping out of your mind now. >> it is crazy. you track these things all season long from a history standpoint. we are always looking for great plays great games big moments by athletes. your team goes all of the way to the world championship. it is very special. now we are keeping our eye out to see what are we going to get. >> tell me what you brought today? >> brought a couple things. first of all this is a jersey what was born by kiah richardson. you see the number 5 right here. we know a 5 who is playing today. but kyle wore this back in super bowl 35. it has the super bowl logo on it. that is from days gone by. this by the way is the second super bowl for the ravens but it is baltimore's 7th professional championship game for football. it's pretty exciting. >> worth remembering because some of the greatest two for sure. baltimore owned that history. >> 58 championship game butt the national champion him. but they won a
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